I am learning GIT (with Git Flow) and I know its not good to use StackOverflow instead of a book.
I am involved in a project. There are two feature branches named F1 and F2 maintained by groups G1 and G2. Assume F1 depends on F2 and G1 has
published its branch using
git flow feature publish F1.
Now G2 needs to track F1 and well may be do a re-base on top of F1 from time to time. For this I red that we need to use
git flow track
So I (of G2) used some thing like this
git flow feature checkout F2 git flow feature track F1
But Git is saying the following:
Branch 'feature/F1' already exists. Pick another name.
Then I tried a name that didn't and hoped it will at some point ask me for the branch that needs to be tracked. But then I got this message.
git flow feature track F1_track Branch 'origin/feature/F1_track' does not exist and is required.
Am I doing some thing silly? Could it be an issue with my installation?
I believe you understand what I am trying to do, could you please help me out in the issue.
When you consider the code of
git flow feature track, all that it does is creating a local branch tracking a remote one.
If you already have a local feature/F1 branch, check that it does track origin/feature/F1 with
git branch -av:
git branch -u origin/feature/F1 feature/F1
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